Thursday Scores: Saints Go Cold In OT
|Alaska Anchorage 75, Saint Martin’s 68 (OT) – Box Score|
|Seawolves (1-0 GNAC, 3-4 overall)||28||36||11||75|
|Saints (o-1 GNAC, 2-6 overall)||25||39||4||68|
Freshman Trey Ingram scored a career high 21 points to help Saint Martin’s take Alaska Anchorage to overtime but the Saints went cold in the extra period and fell in the GNAC opener to the Seawolves 75-68.
Alaska Anchorage extended a three point lead at the half into a seven point lead on a Kalidou Diouf bucket with 15:49 left but an 11-3 run over the next three minutes gave the Saints the 42-41 lead at the 12:21 mark. The game would go back for the rest of regulation with no team taking more than a four point lead until Brent Counts hit a pair of free throws with 26 seconds left to tie the game at 64. After Seawolves guard Brian McGill missed a layup with three seconds left and the Saints Riley Carel barely missed a half court shot at the buzzer, the game went to an extra five minutes.
McGill opened up the overtime period with a layup off a steal and and a three pointer and went 4-of-4 from the free throw line to seal the deal for the Seawolves. McGill finished with 22 points, 17 in the second half and overtime. The Saints hit just one field goal over the last five minutes and fell to 0-1 in conference play.
|Wenatchee Valley 88, SPSCC 61 – Box Score|
|Knights (4-1 overall)||47||41||88|
|Clippers (1-3 overall)||26||35||61|
|SPSCC: Mikey Fey and Jordan Higgins – 11 points|
|Central Washington 62, Saint Martin’s 47 – Box Score|
|Saints (0-1 GNAC, 2-5 overall)||27||20||47|
|Wildcats (1-0 GNAC, 4-2 overall)||25||37||62|
|SMU: Liz Mills – 14 points|
|Northwest Christian 45, The Northwest School 41|
|NWC: 1-0 overall | NWS: 0-1 overall
|Montesano 62, North Thurston 28|
|MONT: 1-0 overall | NT: 0-2 overall
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